- Dennis L. Gillen
- Jack Scott McInteer
- Randall K. Rathbun
- Charles C. Steincamp
- Kimberly A. Vining
- Joseph A. Schremmer
- Benjamin K. Carmichael
- Paul F. Good
Dennis Gillen specializes in business and business litigation, construction, health care, individual representation and general civil litigation. He also frequently serves either by court appointment or agreement of the parties as a mediator or arbitrator in civil disputes.
Dennis was born in Kingman, Kansas, and received his B.A. degree (magna cum laude) from Washburn University in 1969 and his Juris Doctor degree (cum laude) from Washburn University in 1972.
Dennis has been active in Kansas Bar Association, being twice elected to the Kansas Supreme Court Nominating Committee and serving as a member of the Board of Governors, Secretary-Treasurer, Vice President and as President of the Kansas Bar Association in 1994. He is a member of the National Health Lawyers Association and a fellow of the American and Kansas Bar Associations.
Dennis has also been a member of the Board of Governors and Vice President of the Wichita Bar Association. He has been recognized by his peers for his expertise in commercial litigation with his listing in “The Best Lawyers in America.” He has also been recognized in Chambers “America’s Leading Business Lawyers” for his work in commercial litigation and alternate dispute resolution and was selected for inclusion in the “Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyers” listing, designated as one of the top 100 lawyers in Missouri and Kansas.
Jack McInteer is a business and real estate lawyer who specializes in representing entrepreneurs. His practice extends worldwide and encompasses negotiating and closing of mergers, acquisitions, financings, and other business deals.
Jack has developed an expertise in legal ethics. He speaks frequently on business and ethics topics and is an author and editor of four editions of the Kansas Ethics Handbook, past Chairman of the State Ethics Advisory Committee, a member of the Wichita Ethics Investigation Committee, a member of the Kansas Supreme Court Board for Discipline of Attorneys, and member of several special committees appointed by the Kansas Supreme Court to review and recommend proposed rule changes.
Jack was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and received a B.A. degree in mathematics and chemistry and a B.S. degree in physics in 1969 from the University of Missouri, Columbia, and a Juris Doctor degree in 1972 from the University of Missouri, Kansas City. He also did advance studies in economics at Wichita State University in the Master of Arts program.
Jack is a member of the Wichita Chamber of Commerce Aviation Task Force, the American Bar Association Forum on Air and Space Law (Aircraft Financing Division), the American Bar Foundation (Life Fellow), the National Transportation Safety Board Bar Association, the Kansas Bar Foundation, past member of the Board of Governors of the Wichita Bar Association, and a past President of the Kansas Bar Association Section of Aviation. Jack also served on the faculty of Wichita State University. In 2009, Jack received the Howard C. Kline Distinguished Service Award from the Wichita Bar Association for exemplifying integrity, professionalism, and service to the Bar, and in 2010 received the Robert L. Gernan Award from the Kansas Continuing Education Commission for outstanding service to legal education in Kansas.
andy Rathbun is recognized as one of the foremost litigators in the state of Kansas representing the rights of injured individuals and land owners in environmental and toxic exposure litigation. He is also an accomplished plaintiff’s trial lawyer in other areas, including employment, products liability law, and sexual harassment/abuse cases.
Randy was U.S. Attorney for the District of Kansas from 1993 to 1996, serving on the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee of U.S. Attorneys and chairing the environmental subcommittee from 1994 to 1996. He has also written articles and conducted numerous continuing legal education programs on trial practice, environmental and employment law.
Randy was born in Ellsworth, Kansas, receiving his B.S. degree in political science from Kansas State University in 1975 and his Juris Doctor degree from Washburn University in 1978.
Randy is a member of the Kansas and Wichita Bar Associations. He has been recognized by his peers for his expertise in environmental litigation with his listing in “The Best Lawyers in America” every year since 1995. He has also been recognized in Chambers “America’s Leading Business Lawyers” for his work in plaintiff’s employment and environmental law and was also selected for inclusion with numerous “Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyers” listings. Randy was inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2002. Fellowship in the College is by invitation and extended after careful investigation into the trial skills and ethical conduct of an attorney.
Chris Steincamp currently serves as managing partner of the firm and practices primarily in the areas of environmental and oil and gas law.
Chris has been involved in complex environmental litigation, regulatory matters and environmental issues in mergers and land transactions in Kansas and across the country. He has authored numerous articles on environmental law and oil and gas law and spoken at seminars on environmental compliance and litigation and energy-related topics. Chris also authored the environmental law chapter of the Kansas Annual Survey of Law for 15 years and is one of the authors of the Kansas Bar Association Environmental Handbook. He is a member of the Kansas Association of Defense Counsel and the Defense Research Institute.
Chris was born in Great Bend, Kansas, and received his B.S. degree in geology from Kansas State University in 1989 and Juris Doctor (magna cum laude) from Washburn University in 1993.
Chris is a licensed geologist and past Chairman of the Kansas State University Geological Advisory Council and past President of the Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Section of the Kansas Bar Association. He is a member of the Wichita and Kansas Bar Associations, American Association of Petroleum Geologists and a member of the Division of Environmental Geosciences. He also serves on the Wichita Area Chamber of Commerce Water Resources Committee and is a member of the Kansas Independent Oil & Gas Association (KIOGA).
Chris has served two terms as Chairman of the Board of the American Heart Association, Sedgwick County Division, and is a past President of the Downtown Y’s Men’s Club of Wichita. He was selected for the 2003 Class of 40 Under 40 and the 2003 Class of Leadership Wichita. Chris has served on the Board of Directors of Wichita Festivals, Inc., and Friends of the Wichita Art Museum, Inc. as well as the Dean’s Council for the College of Arts and Sciences at Kansas State University. He received the Alumni Merit Award by Kansas State University College of Arts and Sciences in 2012. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board on the Wichita Crime Commission Board of Directors. Chris has been listed in “Best Lawyers in America” in environmental law.
Kim Vining works primarily in the areas of estate planning and probate, real estate and business law.
Born in Hutchinson, Kansas, Kim received her B.S. degree in biology from Southern Nazarene University in 2002 and her Juris Doctor degree with Dean’s Honors from Washburn University School of Law in 2005. While in law school, she participated in the Women’s Legal Forum and Law Student Division of the American Bar Association.
Kim is a member of the Wichita and Kansas Bar Associations, the Young Lawyers Association and the Wichita Women Attorneys Association (President 2014-2015). She is a member of the Wichita Estate Planning Council (President 2014-2015), the Junior League of Wichita and also served on the Board of the Friends of the Wichita Art Museum. She was Co-Chair of the Art & Book Fair 2008-2009 to benefit the Art Museum. Kim was a member of the Leadership Class of Wichita (2010).
oe Schremmer’s practice focuses on oil, gas, and mineral law, as well as environmental, real estate, and business and corporate law. He has a comprehensive oil, gas, and mineral law practice representing producers and royalty owners in title examination, regulatory and environmental compliance, administrative and commission proceedings, lawsuits, tax appeals, and transactions of many kinds, including oil and gas leases, operating agreements, farmout agreements, unitization agreements, surface use agreements, and saltwater disposal agreements.
Joe grew up in Derby, Kansas. At 14, he earned scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout. After high school, Joe graduated from the University of Kansas in 2009 with a B.S. in journalism and a B.A. in political science. Joe received his M.B.A. from the University of Kansas Business School in 2013. The same year, he also received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Kansas School of Law, where he served as Editor in Chief of the Kansas Law Review and earned CALI awards for the top grade in several courses, including oil and gas law and environmental law. Upon graduation from law school, Joe was inducted into the Order of the Coif and recognized by the faculty with the Samuel Mellinger award as the top overall graduate in the combined areas of scholarship, leadership, and service.
Joe sits on the executive committee of the Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law section of the Kansas Bar Association (KBA), and is a co-author of the oil, gas, and mineral law chapter of the KBA’s Annual Survey of Law. Joe has taught courses on Environmental Regulation of the Oil and Gas Industry and Mineral Title Examination as a guest instructor at Washburn University School of Law.
Joe is also active in the Wichita Bar Association, serving as the chair of the Business Law Committee and the former social outreach chair of the Young Lawyers section. He also sits on the Board of Directors of the Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association (KIOGA), and serves the Association as the chair of its standing committee on legislation and as a member of its standing committee on the environment. He also serves on the board of the KIOGA Education Fund. Joe is a member of the Wesley E. Brown American Inn of Court, the American Bar Association, the Wichita Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professionals of Wichita, and the KU Alumni Association. Joe also serves his community as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Mid-America All-Indian Center, a Fourth Degree member of the Knights of Columbus, and as a volunteer for the Kansas Audio Reader Network.
Ben Carmichael is a recent addition to the firm and is working in the general civil litigation area with an emphasis on employment, environmental, and oil and gas disputes.
He received his B.A. from Wichita State University in 2012 and his Juris Doctor degree from Washburn University School of Law in 2016 , where he earned a certificate in Oil and Gas law and Natural Resources law. Ben is licensed to practice in Kansas.
While at Washburn University, Ben was active in the community and served on the Washburn University Student Bar Association all three years. Ben was selected to be a member of the Washburn Law Journal where his Comment on natural gas storage was published in the Spring 2015 issue. In his third year Ben served as Comment Editor on the Washburn Law Journal Editorial Board. Ben was also an intern at the Washburn Law Litigation Clinic and served individuals in that capacity in cases ranging from will preparations to landlord tenant disputes.
Paul Good's practice focuses on general business and business planning, including an active real estate practice. Paul works with businesses to create an organization structure that will help the businesses achieve their goals. He also regularly assists businesses that are "winding up" by walking them through the sale or acquisition process. Paul has represented thousands of businesses in multiple stages. Paul offers his clients practical advice with real time solutions.
Paul grew up in the small farm community of Benton, Kansas. He passed all four parts of the CPA examination during law school where he graduated with honors. While in law school, Paul clerked for the Kansas Department of Revenue and Kansas Corporation Commission, which allowed him to gain insight into the practices of these agencies. He still benefits from those experiences and contacts today.
Paul has five children and enjoys outdoor activities including golf, fishing and boating.